Deadline 3 covered all the campus events, national and world news, and amazingly cool people we could fit into 56 pages! Spanning the months of August and September, some of our favorite spreads included our Wolfpack Welcome Week package – that’s multiple spreads covering the same topic – as well as Hopscotch Music Festival, Shack-a-thon, and of course, the grand re-opening of Reynolds Coliseum. Our coverage of the 5 student athletes representing NC State at the 2016 Rio Olympics was the spread chosen as our favorite of the deadline! Check it out above for a sneak peek of what the rest of your Year in Review will look like, and…
Vice Chancellor for Student Affairs Tom Stafford announced his retirement after 40 years at N.C. State Wednesday, March 2. Stafford became vice chancellor in 1983 and has served in research and administrative positions at the University since 1971. For more information, visit technicianonline.com
For the first time in recent memory, the recently commissioned military officers of the NCSU ROTC were collectively recognized at the fall 2010 graduation. The chancellor and graduation speaker Gen. Raymond T. Odierno, commander of the U.S Joint Forces Command, recognized students in the Navy, Air Force and Army. Capt. Timothy Perrin said, “When they walk out there, they represent the U.S. military. It’s not ROTC, it’s the U.S. military. It’s a joint environment. They’re going to be moving on to a joint environment. We fight together.”
Kevin Cook produced this Flash animation at the RBC Center Monday, Aug. 16 at Convocation.